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Clinton gets heckled; an ambassador says goodbye; and another singing campaign ad (read-this roundup)

Egyptian protesters gather on a street near the U.S. Consulate as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visits. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

Hillary hecklers — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got a none-too-warm welcome in Egypt, where “several hundred protesters waving shoes and shouting ‘Monica! Monica!’ pelted Clinton’s departing motorcade with fruit and footwear.”

Thanks for the memories — Longtime ambassador Chan Heng Chee has returned home to Singapore after 16 years in Washington. Send-offs included the requisite bash at Tony and Heather Podesta’s place and soaking up her local favorites, including “art museums, coffee at Patisserie Poupon in Georgetown and a final lunch at her favorite neighborhood restaurant, Nam Viet.”

Talent show — Presidential campaign videos or “American Idol” auditions? Mitt Romney has a new Web ad out responding to President Obama’s attack ad on him — Obama’s featured Romney’s shaky vocal performance of “America the Beautiful,” while Romney uses Obama crooning “Let’s Stay Together.”

It isn’t easy — The Green Party’s convention has a circus-like atmosphere.

Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.

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